While graduation ceremonies in 2018 still celebrated tradition, students stood up and delivered important and inspiring messages.
Revisions will cut out all history before 1450. World History didn’t begin with European colonization, educators and students tell College Board.
With women and minorities so underrepresented in the financial industry, NEA is working with its pension consultant to open doors for non-white money managers.
The efforts by educators in Illinois to connect with community members and collaborate on solutions are paying off for their students.
TED Talks are a source of inspiration, knowledge and motivation for countless educators. Here are ten presentation teachers may find most useful and informative.
A new study spotlights how the economic anxiety felt by educators can destabilize their profession and harm students.
Doing what is best for students may mean taking action outside the classroom. “We have to be willing to get uncomfortable,” says Mandy Manning.
A new federal survey asked U.S. teachers about their backgrounds, salaries, job satisfaction – and how much of their own money they spend on classroom supplies.
Too many classrooms are sacrificing the discovery and critical thinking skills that arise through play in favor of academics. Educators say it is time to bring more play back to kindergarten.
For-profit colleges account for 98 percent of all fraud claims, but education secretary has given the industry “everything they’ve lobbied for and more.”